Category: News

April and May Events Postponed

With Governor Northam’s “stay-at-home” order extending until June, we have decided to postpone our April and May events. We are hopeful that the heat of summer will reduce the pressure of COVID-19, and allow us to resume programming in June/July. We are working on… Continue Reading “April and May Events Postponed”

March events postponed

Unfortunately, and after much consideration, we have decided to postpone the Harmony Singing Workshop this Sunday. We want you to experience the fun and fellowship of singing close together, and think it better to wait for now. We will issue refunds to everyone who purchased a ticket… Continue Reading “March events postponed”

Harmony Singing Workshop

Rockbridge FOLK is hosting a Harmony Singing Workshop with Carol Elizabeth Jones on Sunday, March 15th at 2:00 pm. This workshop is open to anyone who can hear a melody and carry a tune. We will spend the afternoon in a beautiful place, singing… Continue Reading “Harmony Singing Workshop”

Hygge Hangout

Rockbridge FOLK is hosting a free Hygge Hangout at Make It Sew in Lexington on February 9th from 2:00 – 5:00 pm.

Open House – January 30th

Rockbridge FOLK is hosting a free Musikgarten Open House in Brady Chapel at Lexington Presbyterian Church on Thursday, January 30th at 11:30 am. Musikgarten is an internationally-recognized early childhood music program which provides weekly opportunities for families with babies, toddlers, and preschoolers to bond… Continue Reading “Open House – January 30th”

Rockbridge FOLK Honors Local Music Legends

“Our area has a rich culture of music and dance, yet as our elders pass away, I’m afraid those traditions will fade along with them. We need to get young people re-connected to the music.” Rockbridge FOLK founder, Becky Almy Through a partnership with… Continue Reading “Rockbridge FOLK Honors Local Music Legends”

Rockbridge JAM

Rockbridge Folk has been accepted as an affiliate of Junior Appalachian Musicians {JAM}, an organization that helps communities build music programs for kids. Rockbridge Folk’s after-school music classes will be for children in grades 4-8, and will include group lessons on fiddle, clawhammer banjo, and guitar.

It’s time to go LIVE!

Welcome to the virtual home of a brand new cultural adventure in Lexington, Virginia. Rockbridge FOLK combines music, art, food and family into a network of artisans, performers, foodies and friends throughout Rockbridge County, the Shenandoah Valley and Greater Appalachia.